Estate of Thomas and Robert Lucker [Lueker?]
The following is a map of the Estate of Thomas and Robert Lucker [Lueker?] | See Liber 46 page 191 |...
The personal estate of David Jones Esquire, deceased, in account with the administrators of the said estate with his will annexed, August 16, 1786-December 2, 1801
Grounds of estate.
Rokeby, the Chanler family estate.
[The Camp's place.]
[Tiffany Development, Pelham Bay.]
[Boscobel Avenue showing Huber property on right and new subway station on left.]
Boscobel Avenue now called the Edward L. Grant Highway.
[Old Gouveneur Morris Mansion.]
In Mount Hope, Bronx.
A wooded part of the Moss Estate.
[Morris Farm House.]
[Old Morris Farm House.]
[William H. Morris Mansion.]
[Hunts Point Road.]
[Faile Manor House.]
[Devoe Cottage on the west side of Jessup Avenue.]
[Barns of "Black Rock", E. H. Ludlow Place on Classon Point.]
[Black Rock Barns, E. H. Ludlow place.]
[Black Rock, E. H. Ludlow place.]
[E. H. Ludlow place, "Black Rock".]
A wooded area on the Ludlow property.
[Gardener's House, Mrs. Ogden.]
[View of Astor Estate.]
[Looking across property on Metcalf Avenue from 177th Street to Westchester Avenue.]
Plots of land to be sold at auction.
[Looking across property from corner of Metcalf Avenue and 177th Street.]
[View of the W. W. Astor Estate.]
[Metcalf Avenue looking across property from 177th Street.]
[Metcalf Avenue from Westchester Avenue.]
[Metcalf Avenue from 177th Street to Westchester Avenue.]
[Lewis Gouverneur Morris Mansion.]
[Prospect and Westchester Avenues.]
[Clason Point, Randall Avenue near Sound View Avenue.]
[Gate Lodge, Wilson or McKesson.]
[Wilson or McKesson Homestead.]
[Looking west from intersection of Broadway, Wadsworth Avenue and 173th Street.]
Shows a wooded area of Washington Heights which is part of the Hood Wright Estate.
A View of the present Seat of his Excel. the Vice President of the United States
Tiebout Del. & Sculp.
The Residence of Lord Byron.
[Twelve historical and prominent New York locations.]
New York Emporium of Arts, 325, Broadway.
Dr. Anderson. Throg's Neck. W. CH. N.Y. 1828
J. R. Brady Arch't.
New York Bay, From Bay Ridge.
New York Bay, from Bay Ridge.
[Rogers Estate, "Port of Missing Men", Gateway to Estate, Southampton, L.I.]
The gate to the Colonel Rogers estate, "Port of Missing Men" in Southampton, L.I.
[Rogers Estate, "Port of Missing Men", Sheep Meadow and Fold, Southampton, L.I.]